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Program Officer Opportunities in the Division of Behavioral and Social Research at the National Institute on Aging


Education and gender inequality may explain why India’s women have worse late-life cognition


Optimism linked to longevity and well-being in two recent studies


Vision impairment is associated with as many as 100,000 U.S. dementia cases


Protecting older adults from the effects of natural disasters and extreme weather


Aging deer downsize their home range and have fewer social connections


Help provide input for the 2023 Dementia Care and Caregiving Research Summit


Adopting healthy habits: What do we know about the science of behavior change?


Census Bureau releases report on domestic migration of older Americans


Inviting RCMAR applications to continue NIA’s investment in diversifying the research workforce in the behavioral and social sciences


Social stress contributes to accelerated aging of the immune system, study finds


Census Bureau releases report on Aging in Asia


Using data to improve nursing home clinical care


Mental disorders linked with an increased risk for dementia earlier in life


Virtual Stakeholder Workshop: Gaps and Opportunities for Real-World Data


Studying the impact of climate change on older adult health and well-being


Return to expected rates of ambulatory care services after COVID-19 differ by insurance coverage, study finds


Three studies assess Medicare Advantage quality incentives and spending


Funding to make data ready for AI and machine learning


Streamlined, secure access to CMS study data


Testing ways to encourage exercise


Cultivating a diverse research workforce across career stages


’Tis the season for healthy habit research


From country to city, place affects health inequities


Family member availability predicts likelihood of unpaid care for people living with dementia

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